Seminars in English World Pride House in Malmö
(Seminars in Swedish - check under Swedish flag)

10:00 - 11:00 Stories Without Border. Room L7
"Join us as we talk to three LGBTQ+ refugees and explore the human stories
behind the headlines. We will learn more about our speakers’ personal
journeys and discover what it really means to be a LGBTQ+ refugee in
Sweden. Come listen to our storytellers and join in on the conversation!
In English

10:00 - 12:00 Let's talk about being a lesbian at the work, room L4 & L5
Lesbian professional women who work in different industries talk about being a lesbian at work. How will the treatment be in the different industries? Does your profession or position play a role in how you are treated as a lesbian by your colleagues, managers or employees? How can employers and companies become better at their work with diversity and inclusion? Let's talk about different experiences of being a lesbian at work.
In English

14:00 - 15:00 HER for World Pride, Room L4 & L5
HER Project, an Athenian based initiative that works towards gender equality in electronic music, presents a techno B2B edition with DJs Fo and VRGN, accompanied by performances from local drag artists Mitsi Lou and Holly Grace
In English

14:30 - 15:30 Beyond the binary: The non-binary identity. Room L4 & L5
In this panel discussion, we gather non-binary voices that together discuss the beauty and complexity of the non-binary identity.
In English

15:30 - 16:30 Speculative fiction as an arena for the queer agenda. Room L7
"A panel exploring how we as writers can use science fiction, fantasy or horror to tell queer stories in a way that realist fiction can't. What new opportunities do we see and what challenges do we face?
Panelists: Gabrielle de Bourg, Mats Strandberg, Karin Tidbeck & Karin Waller
In English

17:00 - 18:00 "Don't try to fix us" - stories from across the A-spectrum. Room L7
A panel discussion about the aromantic and asexual experiences in the amatonornative world. What is asexuality? What is aromanticism? Do they always exist hand-in-hand? What obstacles aspec people face in everyday life? How do handle coming out? What is aphobia and why do we need to talk about it? Speakers will talk about their lives, observations, and activism, showcasting a variety of experiences. The event will spread the knowledge about the mysterious letter "A," combat stereotypes, and show that aspecs also belong at the Pride.
In English